Whatever aspect of your riding you want to improve one to one private lessons are the quickest way for you to learn and to progress. From complete beginner looking to learn the basics of snowboarding to advanced riders who want to polish up their technique or focus on a specific aspect of their riding, individual one to one private lessons allow you to dictate the pace and content of your lessons.
Our Technical camps and courses are run throughout the winter season and are a great way to meet people, make new friends and develop your snowboarding. If you are not sure if this is for you then why not give us a call or send us an email and we can discuss what will work for you.
Progressing your freestyle riding never stops! From a 2 hr lesson to focus on specific tricks through to a full week of coaching, our instructors will work with you to advance all aspects of your Freestyle riding.
At MINT Snowboarding we have been teaching kids aged from 3 years old to snowboard for over 12 years. We aim to create a fun and engaging environment for your kids to learn to snowboard. From complete beginner to fully fledged little ripper, our private and group lessons are the perfect way for you kids to learn to ride.
As the Coronavirus lockdown continues through much of Europe, are you struggling to entertain the kids indoors? Here is an awesome craft activity brought to you by Les Gets: build your own cable car! 🚡 A perfect weekend activity for passionate snowboarders & skiers, both little and large.
Get out your scissors and glue and read on for instructions in English. 🖍️ ✂️ Make sure to tag @mintsnowboarding into a photo on Facebook or Instagram!
Print out your cable car template.
Use felt pens or paint to colour in your cable car (we think green would look good 😉, although the Les Gets telecabines are actually red)
Cut out the telecabine along the outer black lines.
Fold along the dotted lines.
Use glue or double sided sellotape on the tabs marked ‘colle’ to construct your cable car.
Pierce holes in the roof of the cable car on the two marked points and thread a piece of string through so that you can suspend your cable car!
Repeat until you have a full ski lift system (this step is not essential!).
Take a photo and post it online tagging in @mintsnowboarding #mintsnowboarding & @lesgetsofficiel